Baby Boomer Retirement Bubble Fuels Demand For CNA Training

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Demand for Certified Nursing Assistants shows no sign of letting up for a least another two decades.

Career as a CNA is more popular than ever

Designed to provide all of the CNA training information in one place, is a one-stop solution for anyone interested in a career in the CNA field.

Newly launched CNA Training caters to people interested in becoming Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA).

Charged with responsibilities of helping Registered Nurses provide for the day-to-day care of patients, the CNA career field is experiencing demand that far surpasses the number of available trained CNA professionals. This is due, in part, to the increasing number of Baby Boomers who are reaching their mid and late senior years.

People who become a CNA gain the opportunity to work as a vital player in the healthcare needs of the physically disabled, mentally or chronically ill, and seniors who are transitioning from self-sufficiency to a managed living environment.

Recognizing the need to fill the gap between the large number of employers looking for people who have completed CNA training, and the lack of trained and qualified Certified Nursing Assistant candidates, Nurse Recruiting Specialist Jason Myers has devised a solution to help fill CNA classes. is an online clearing house of free CNA training options and a provider CNA training videos, images, case studies, articles and other information targeted to those who want to enter the Certified Nursing Assistant industry. Designed to provide all of the CNA training information in one place, is a one-stop solution for anyone interested in a career in the CNA field.

“It’s difficult to wade through all of the CNA training information on the Internet these days. With Google returning more than one and a half million pages for the search term ‘become a CNA,’ it’s nearly a full-time job just to find out how to get a full-time job in the Certified Nursing Assistant field,” according to Mr. Myers. is designed to condense all of the available CNA training information down to one web site that’s long on relevant information, and short on “sales pitch.”

“We’re not in this for the money; we’re interested in helping out-of-work people, and those who are dissatisfied with their current job, an opportunity to transition to an in-demand career field where they can provide meaningful services to people in need while earning a living and improving their own lifestyle,” Mr. Myers added.

The website is user-friendly and lacks the confusing technical jargon found in many online CNA classes. Its straight-forward style, and abundance of relevant CNA training information, makes the CNA training site a preferred destination for anyone interested in a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant.

About is a CNA Training information clearinghouse providing Certified Nursing Assistant training and career-related information for anyone interested in becoming a part of this in-demand career field.


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